Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Jan 13th

Water level and flow on the lower Deschutes has been rising over the past week, reaching 3.8 feet of depth and a flow of 38,800 cfs. That’s from just over one foot of water depth and a flow of 34,100 on January 6th, so, while other rivers have risen and fallen, the Deschutes is just…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for April 29th

One fly fisher reported he had hooked nine redsides, landing seven above Maupin over the past week although all were colored up. The successful offering was a March Brown Spider as there were a few hatching but no action on the surface. Spawning activity will wrap up soon. Water and flow at Crooked River are…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Report for September 11th

Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Report – Fishing for summer steelhead has been fair to good from Maupin to Mack’s Canyon. With fish on the move and water temperatures lower and staying that way for the remainder of the year, there’s reason for optimism. The Deschutes below White River is clear and with cooler air…

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Central & Eastern Oregon

Deschutes Salmonflies usually hatch about a month after those on the McKenzie. With the first Big Bug on Mac already documented, could the Deschutes hatch be worthwhile in April rather than May? We’ll do our best to make that determination and let readers know. High-altitude lakes around Mt. Hood lake have been productive recently. Without…

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Webinar Driftboating and bank fishing the Wilson River with Pro Guide Bob Rees January 20th

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